World Literature: Africa and Beyond Coursebook

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Course Overview

Course Length: One semester

Suggested Grade Level(s): 11 12

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This course explores the topics of home and exile in three books that feature Africa. Each of the novels in this course is a unique coming-of-age story.

The course examines how and why people leave their homes to seek refuge elsewhere. Needing to leave home and migrate elsewhere—or being forcibly removed from one’s home by war—puts one in exile. The themes of home exile and refuge are woven throughout this course and the literature. Each work of fiction is a window into the real-life issues experienced throughout the world today.

Students will develop skills in analyzing literature interpreting figurative language making comparisons drawing inferences providing textual evidence identifying thematic elements and more. They will practice many types of writing including descriptive explanatory persuasive and research-based.

Additional Materials Required

The following books will be necessary to complete this World Literature course:

Product Details

  • Publisher: Oak Meadow Inc.
  • Publication date: January 2023
  • Pages: 96
  • Binding: Spiral bound
  • Product dimensions: 8.5 x 11 inches
  • Weight: 0.6 lbs